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It's Yarmouth Clam Festival weekend, July 20-22. The 53rd annual! [caption id="attachment_17387" align="alignright" width="300"] Ian Michaud, left, Eric Michaud and Greg Abbot of Portland's Liquid Riot Bottling Co.[/caption] Three of our crew, Eric and Ian Michaud and Greg Abbot, grew up in Yarmouth so they know their...

Blog excerpt from Good Beer Hunting [Read the entire blog online now] Words by Joshua M. Bernstein Illustrations by Charlotte Hudson June 25, 2018 In 2004, Greg Engert worked at Washington, D.C.’s Brickskeller, perhaps the best beer bar in our nation’s capital at the time. During its heyday, the tavern offered...

We open at noon daily and our big screen is tuned into the FIFA World Cup matches. While you're devouring world-class fare, sip beers and cocktails inspired by countries competing in matches. First-round matches run through June 28!...

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Liquid Riot Old Port Straight Bourbon Whiskey has been awarded a coveted Gold Medal by the 2018 San Francisco World Spirits Competition. Considered the most influential spirit judging in the world, this winter’s San Francisco World Spirits Competition was more crowded than ever, with over...

We are stoked to share news that Herbie is back. Herbie is our dry hopped session ale named in honor of Herbie the Great Elm, which stood just up the road from us in Yarmouth for over 200 years. Herbie is brewed in celebration of the Yarmouth...

Liquid Riot bartender Hector Magaña is in the running for Best Bartender in the 2018 Best of Portland.  Follow this link and nominate Hector. With enough nominations, he will be named a finalist. In other Hector news...

Zombie Bunny 6.66% Hoppy Helles Bock Lager 4 Pack 16 Oz cans are in the brewery cooler. Make it the happiest Easter ever! #lesspeeps #morebeer...

Liquid Riot distiller Ian Michaud pointed out that St Paddy's Day is a good time to celebrate our Old Port Oat Whiskey. Oats were used in most early Irish whiskey, along with malted and un-malted barley. Those oats make for an uncommon whiskey. Author Katelyn Best in her story...